It is evident that the industrialization era has been characterized by high industrial and hazardous waste which has had adverse impacts on the human populations. It is also essential to note that the industrial and hazardous wastes affect the human populations both directly and indirectly; both ways causing harm and destabilizing the normal human life. As much as various laws have been enacted in the United States and across other countries globally, proper disposal of industrial and hazardous wastes has not been satisfactory. It is however evident that the continued appraisal of the laws is yielding reduced impact of the industrial and hazardous waste on human populations which is a positive milestone in this important pursuit towards curbing a global menace.


Creator | Kaihanga
Patrick Gichuru
Year of Creation | Tau
Publisher | Kaiwhakaputa
Patrick Gichuru
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Keywords | Kupu
Waste Management, industrial and hazardous wastes affect
Main Language | Reo Matua
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Bibliographic Citation | Whakapuakanga

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